Founder – Ashle Fauvre Architecture Inc
Ashle is a licensed architect in the state of California where she has practiced for over a decade. With a background in contemporary art history and social practice, Ashle is driven by design opportunities that bring phenomenal and impressive experiences of place into everyday life.
Her work has been awarded and published by the AIA, LA Business Council, LA Times, New York Times, Dwell magazine, JA, and others.
Ashle is an exhibiting artist with design collectives including Bitter Party, the Metabolic Studio, the Queer Spa Network, and Movable Parts. She is a 2023 grantee of the LA Contemporary Exhibitions for the project Community Care in Times of Drought with QSN. She is active civically as a member of SPA, a citizen advocacy group promoting therapeutic hygiene services for the unhoused populations of Skid Row.
Prior to joining Kadre Architects, she led project management for a spectrum of residential project types at Lehrer Architects, and a variety of civic project types at Johnson Favaro. She has also contributed to the residential work of Atelier BowWow in Tokyo and the making of participatory urban places with Gehl Architects in Copenhagen. She has studied art and architecture in Mexico extensively.
Ashle received her BA from UC Berkeley and her M.Arch from the University of Washington, where she was awarded a research fellowship to study post-tsunami disaster recovery in the wake of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake.